Tour de Suisse 2015, Stage 6

Riders pass Grenchen in stage 6 of the Tour de Suisse leading from Will to Biel June 18, 2015. Multiple exposure of the peloton of the Tour de Suisse stage 6 leading from Wil to Biel (193 km).

Tour de Romandie 2015 Favourite Photos

The peloton leaves Moutier in a rocky valley along the river Birs in the Stage 3 of the Tour de Romandie leads from Moutier to Porrentruy April 30, 2015. The Tour de Romandie 2015 is over and I can select my favourite photos. Surprisingly or not, they are still the…

Tour de Romandie 2015 Stage 4

Riders face heavy rain and strong headwind in stage 4 of the Tour de Romandie leading from La Neuveville to Fribourg May 1, 2015. Labour Day was hard work for the riders of Tour de Romandie. It was raining cats and dogs, and there…

Tour de Romandie 2015 Stage 3

A small breakaway group consisting of the three riders Kristof Vandewalle (TFR), Cheng Ji (TGA, and Brian Bulgac (TLJ) races in Stage 3 of the Tour de Romandie leads from Moutier to Porrentruy April 30, 2015. The third stage leads over 173 km from Moutier to Porrentruy and offers several modest ascents. Both the Col des Rangiers…

Tour de Romandie 2015 Stage 2

The escape duo Maxim Belkov (Katyusha) and Jonathan Fumeaux (IAM) climb Col Les Pontins but could not hold their lead. Stage 2 of the Tour de Romandie leading from Apples to Saint-Imier on April 29, 2015 was won by Michael Albasini (Orica) in a bunch sprint. The second stage (166 km) of the Tour de Romandie led from Apples to Saint-Imier. Up to the 2nd category climbs Les Pontins and Col de…

Tour de Romandie 2015 Preview

Spectators wait for the racers of the Tour de Romandie to arrive near Fribourg in Switzerland May 3, 2014. This year’s Tour de Romandie (April 28 to May 3, 2015) has an impressive list of participants: last year’s winner…

Under Way in Print – Magazine Vol. One

Under Way Magazine If it’s not printed it doesn’t exist. Therefore, I decided to put selected photo stories on paper: The best content…

Stelvio Mountain Pass: the King of the Giro

The Stelvio Pass (2757 m) in northern Italy is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps, and the second highest in the Alpsf. It connects the South Tyrol with the Veltlin in Lombardia in Italy and is only 200 meters from the Swiss border. The original road was built in 1820–25 by the Austrian Empire. The seventy-five hairpin turns cover an elevation gain of  1871 meters. I recently posted a black and white photo of the Stelvio Pass in Italy as part of my Mountain Pass series,…

A Football Field in the Mist

A football field in the mist. Over the last weeks, I was looking for pictoresque lower league football fields. One football field is shown below, pictured in the…